How to Capture the Perfect Photo of Your BulldogYou've spotted your Bulldog holding the perfect pose! Quickly, but quietly, you decide to tip-toe over to the cabinet and grab your camera hoping he doesn't change position before you get back. Oops! He moved just as he heard the creaking of the chair you were sitting on. Couldn't even get off the chair before he jumped up to see what you were up to. Why are Bulldogs so against getting their photo taken? There must be some conspiracy - some cover-up at work! Then you're reminded: "This is why I will never have any good photos of my Bulldog!"
Oh! Why can't my Bulldog puppy stay still for just one lousy photo!
- Every Bulldog Owner Who Ever Lived
Preparation Goes a Long Way in Pet PhotographyCapturing great photos of your Bulldog at random times may never be easy, but add some preparation, a few dog treats and basic understanding of photography and you'll be snapping Rembrandts in no time. What do I mean by preparation? Well, most of us don't walk around with a camera dangling from our neck. If you want great, studio quality photos, you have get a few things in place. Decide beforehand your desired theme for the photo. Where and when will you take the photo? Are there any props or outfits necessary to shoot the photo you like? If you haven't begun already; re-visit those jaw droppingly beautiful Bulldog photos. You know, the ones that really caught your eye on facebook or pinterest. Study them. Ask yourself, "What makes these photos so dazzling?" Be honest with yourself: A person who lives in Ohio shouldn't necessarily try to re-create the picture they saw of a Bulldog surfing the waves at Long Beach, California.
Follow These Simple Rules to Capture Great Photos of Your Bulldog
- Bring the camera down to eye level with your bully.
- Remove unnecessary distractions while shooting.
- Especially if it's an outdoor shot, try and capture your bulldog in his natural setting.
- Practice Taking Photos With Your Bulldog